April 1, 2007 (Sunday edition)– Anthony Frazier and Jonathan Keith Hall were named the principals of Temple Hill and Park City Elementary Schools respectively.
Cave City Police Department has been selected to receive a $15,712 grant through the Department of Homeland Security to be used to purchase new thermal imaging equipment.
April 5, 2007 – (Thursday edition) – A F Crow and Son Funeral Home, Inc. is celebrating the renewal of its membership in the International Order of the Golden Rule.
Joy Medley Lyons was honored at the 2007 Kentucky History Awards Program sponsored by the Ky. Historical Society and Historical Confederation of Kentucky.
Ribbon cutting was held Thursday afternoon to open up the home field of the Barren County Girls Softball team. The Trojanettes won against Bowling Green 3-2.
April 8, 2007 – Hundreds of law enforcement officials gathered in Glasgow Thursday for the funeral of Ronnie Jones, 2nd District Constable for Barren County.
A Cave City man was killed in Hart County this week, after a tree he was attempting to cut fell on him. Ralph Goff, 55 of Whitney Woods Road in Cave City was the victim.
Softball News – Barren County defeated Edmonson County 1-0. Lady Scotties came up short losing 4-2 to Russell County.
April 12, 2007 – Barren County Sheriff Office investigates the burglary of Hiseville Parts Center.
Cave City Police Chief decides to rescind his resignation he had offered three months ago.
Showing at Marquee Cinema – Highland 7 – Disturbia, Perfect Strangers, Grindhouse, Are We Done Yet?, Firehouse Dog, The Reaping, Blades of Glory, Meet the Robinsons and Wild Hogs.
Junebugs opens on the Glasgow Square, specializing in unique children’s clothing, gifts and furniture. Owners Robin Garmon and Brenda Young.
April 15, 2007 – Tennis News – BC Trojanettes won over Lady Scotties 6-3. GHS boys won over BC boys 10-1
April 19, 2007 – The Glasgow Community Band and Barren’s Big Band will present their annual Spring concert, Sunday, April 29 at the Plaza.
Owner and Operator of Palmore Studio, Joe W Montgomery, Sr. died Monday. He was 93.
B B & T has named Debbie Livingston as City Executive at the 301 W. Main Street location.
Glasgow’s Rufus Huff will perform at a benefit concert for the SonRhea Foundation on Friday, April 20 at the Capitol Theatre in Bowling Green.
April 22, 2007 – Gov. Ernie Fletcher presents $4.4 million in funding for several community projects in Barren County including the new library, water and sewer upgrades, roadway providing better access to Barren County High and Middle School as well as WKU, Glasgow Campus, Boys and Girls Club and the Industrial Park.
Prescribed fires are planned this weekend for Mammoth Cave National Park.
Dr. Fred Carter, Dr. Jerry Ralston, and Dr. Sam Dick, join in asking parents to help their children during the upcoming CATS testing period – Good night sleep, nutritious breakfast and no unnecessary absences.
April 26, 2007 – Barren County School Transportation Complex opens with a ribbon cutting on Harry King Road.
The Knitting/Crocheting Ministry group at First Christian Church recently donated handmade shawls, lap blankets and baby blankets to T J Samson Community Hospital. Members include Jane Rutledge, Soni Goodman, Kristen Bale, Karen Benedict and Nancy Bush.
Family Option Inc., a mental health and team therapy clinic, opens in Glasgow at 108 Ensminger Drive.
Cattleman’s Festival will be celebrated in Glasgow on the Square Saturday, April 28.
April 29, 2007 – T J Samson named Bill Kindred as the new CEO of T J Samson Community Hospital replacing the late Dwayne Moss.